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A Million People in USA Thought to Have HIV

The World Health Organization estimates 35 million people globally have the virus. More than 1 million people in the US are thought to be infected, with 18% unaware of their…

Creationist Cartoon Shown In Georgia Biology Class Equates Evolution With Satan

The Huffington Post | By Rebecca Klein A cartoon that suggests evolution is a work of Satan and creation is a work of Christ has angered parents and students at…

Scientists discover what may be the biggest bird ever to fly

By Holly Yan, CNN Tue July 8, 2014 Researchers believe the P. sandersi lived about 25 million to 28 million years ago. 53 spectacular wildlife photos from around the world The…

C-section ‘linked to stillbirth’

Source: BBC News   Women who have c-sections are 14% more likely to have a stillbirth in future than those giving birth naturally, say researchers. And c-sections raised the chance…

Tibetans May Have Inherited High-Altitude Gene From Extinct Human Relative

 | By MALCOLM RITTER Posted: 07/03/2014 9:25 am EDT NEW YORK (AP) — Tibetans living on the “roof of the world” can thank an extinct human relative for providing a gene…

Chimpanzee language: Communication gestures translated

By Victoria Gill: Science reporter, BBC News Researchers say they have translated the meaning of gestures that wild chimpanzees use to communicate. They say wild chimps communicate 19 specific messages to…

Creationism Banned From UK Schools

Epigraph: Eyes cannot reach Him but He reaches the eyes. And He is the Incomprehensible, the All-Aware. (Al Quran 6:104) The Huffington Post  | By Yasmine Hafiz The United Kingdom government…

Dinosaurs ‘neither warm nor cold blooded’

By Jonathan Webb: Science reporter, BBC News Related Stories Dinosaurs’ cold blood in doubt ‘Biggest dinosaur ever’ discovered New Tyrannosaur named ‘Pinocchio’ Dinosaurs fit in an intermediate class between warm and…

eDigest: Charles Darwin: An Epiphany for the Muslims, A Catastrophe for the Christians

Epigraph: He is Allah, the Creator, the Maker, the Fashioner. His are the most beautiful names. All that is in the heavens and the earth glorifies Him, and He is…

Charles Darwin: An Epiphany for the Muslims, A Catastrophe for the Christians

Written and collected by Zia H Shah MD, Chief Editor of the Muslim Times The National Museum of Natural History, located on the National Mall just across from the Smithsonian castle, is America’s…

Exposing Creationism of Zakir Naik, Tahir ul Qadari, Yusuf Estes and Harun Yahya

Written and collected by Zia H Shah MD, Chief Editor of the Muslim Times I believe that the theory of evolution should be understood as three different issues. Firstly, the common…

Learning second language ‘slows brain ageing’

Learning a second language could improve reading and intelligence skills Continue reading the main story Related Stories Bilingualism ‘enriches the brain’ A second language may delay dementia Toddler brain scan…

Fin Whale Watching

Bear pulls cub to safety from busy highway

Tornado hunter Ricky Forbes was driving in Kootenay National Park in British Columbia when he noticed a cub stranded on a busy road dangerously close to traffic as its concerned…

Prostate cancer ‘may be a sexually transmitted disease’

By Michelle RobertsHealth editor, BBC News online Continue reading the main story Related Stories Sixth of cancers due to infection Half of prostate cancer misdiagnosed Prostate cancer may be a…

‘Biggest dinosaur ever’ discovered

Source: BBC By James Morgan: Science reporter, BBC News Fossilised bones of a dinosaur believed to be the largest creature ever to walk the Earth have been unearthed in Argentina, palaeontologists…

Endurance exercise ‘interferes with heart rhythm’

Athletes beware – endurance training may make it more likely that you will need a pacemaker, scientists believe. A British Heart Foundation team found exercise in mice triggers molecular changes…

Spain: Endangered Java mouse-deer born in zoo

Source: BBC A baby Java mouse-deer – one of the smallest hoofed animals in the world – has been born at a zoo in southern Spain. The newborn deer is…

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